Pilgrim, Edward Trapp. This writer published Hymns written chiefly on the Divine Attributes of the Deity, and Included as a Supplement to any Collection of Hymns already Published. Exeter, W. C. Pollard, 1828. This work contains 22 hymns, including one for the children of the West of England Institution for the Deaf and Dumb; one for the Devon and Exeter-Female Penitentiary; and one on the Lord's Prayer (p. 52, ii.).
--John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology, Appendix, Part II (1907)
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Almighty Father! robed with light. E. T. Pilgrim. [Resignation.] From his Hymns written chiefly on the Divine Attributes of the Supreme Being, 2nd edition, 1831, p. 8. It is Hymn iv. "On Resignation," in 3 stanzas of 4 lines, and is based on the words, "Thy Will be done." It is in several collections.